When it comes to your health, there are many things to worry about. Ironically, being in the state of worry takes you away from the state of health.
While you can calm those worries by eating healthy, losing weight, or meditating, nothing replaces the health benefits of regular exercise. But oddly enough, exercise itself generates worries.
These are the four worries I hear most about exercise:
- Finding the time to exercise
- Doing the right type and amount to get results
- Doing it wrong, getting injured, or having a heart attack
- Getting and staying motivated
For many people, the solution is:
- Focus on getting steps or just moving more
- Just do one type of exercise, like walking
- Put it on the back burner until the time is right
Yet there’s often a little voice in the back of your mind saying “you should be doing more” and another one saying “but what if you get hurt” and another one saying “you just don’t have the time right now”. And when exercise is painful, time-consuming, complicated, or boring, it takes you away from health.
What is the solution? It starts with redefining the word ‘exercise’. This is more than semantics as I explain in the video below.
I’ll dissolve these worries one by one in the next few blogs.
Start today by checking out the video below. You’ll be surprised by the sense of relief you get by using this one simple solution to the problem with the word exercise.